Savory muffin with asiago cheese, green onion, Easton sausage, and soft-boiled egg in the center. $7
Craftsman & Wolves, San Francisco CA
This amazing creation by chef William Werner has quickly become one of my favorite breakfast items ever! I swear it tastes like Thanksgiving. The outer coating tastes like a delicious, moist stuffing. This muffin is served room temperature, but I bet it would taste exceptional if warmed up beforehand. I will have to take one home next time and throw it in the oven for a little bit.
The surprise egg with a runny yolk is a beautiful sight to behold! I would normally say that seven dollars is too much to pay for a mere muffin, but it’s super filling and is pretty much a meal in it of itself. Noms!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2013, 2013
Sightglass Coffee, Blueboon blend. $2.50
Everybody raves about Sightglass coffee, but I’m not particularly impressed. The coffee is definitely smooth, but is too weak for my taste.
My baby-girl accompanies me to Dolores Park to enjoy the crisp morning and my Rebel Within, hehe.
Reblogged this on Saffron Magazine and commented:
I have to say that this looks awesome!
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Definitely the best thing I’ve ever ate. The fact that the egg is SOFT boiled is genius. I would hesitate to re-heat it, but would love it hot. Great, now I’m hungry.
Ugh, you just reminded me of this muffin! Now I’ll be craving it over the weekend, lol!
That muffin is culinary magic. I am drooling. -Mimi
Thanks for the comment, Mimi. Yeah, it was delicious!